Jackson had surgery to remove a lump on his upper back leg that turned out to be a sarcoma. The kind of tumor is also a nerve sheath tumor which means it has lots of fingers reaching out from it so the surgery was unable to get clean margins. We went to the oncologist last week and he was so caring and wonderful. He explained that radiation treatment has a 90% cure rate for his cancer. That is great news as Jackson is only 6! My fear comes with the treatment itself. He will need 16 treatments, M-F with weekends off. With radiation treatment, dogs need to be put to sleep each time because they have to be completely still to radiate the exact area. The radiation itself is 3 minutes so they expect him to be under for about 15 minutes and then recovery from the anesthesia so we are looking at 2-3 hours every time. I have no issue with any of that, just my fear from the anesthesia. He starts January 2. Anyone else have exoerience with this?